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Our Methodology

Our style is predominantly experiential - with emphasis on experience, experimentation and learning. Individuals are given help to work towards understanding their core identity.

Well-recognized tools and techniques from different schools are used :

  • Client - centered theory by Carl Roger
  • Gestalt Theory by Frederick Perls
  • Psychodrama by J. Moreno
  • Transactional Analysis by Eric Berne
  • Psychoanalytic Theory of Sigmund Freud
  • Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung
  • Eric Erickson's theory on stages of development along with
  • Abraham Maslow's theory of Hierarchy of Needs and
  • Existential Humanistic Theory
Relationship Between Client & Therapist

It is an equal relationship with de - emphasis on the status of the therapist.
The therapist uses various techniques to help the client gain a realistic view of himself/herself and the problems that confront him/her.

The client discovers his/her own uniqueness in the relationship with the therapist.

Through talking and other techniques, the client is encouraged to experience intense emotions within in order to gain insights into his/her unhealthy behavioural patterns.

The therapist does not provide solutions, but instead assists the client in developing the means to make his/her own interpretations and arrive at the solutions that can help him/her in solving the problems.